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Robert Williams
Nicey replies: I sense we have tapped a rich seam of anecdotes here.

Vivienne Wong
Nicey replies: Ahh maybe it was a Canadian Kettle that was really responsible for the recent power outage.

Mark+Catherine Howard
Nicey replies: I can't believe that about the voltage, I thought it was current flow that did the heating. That's how fuses work, too much current and they melt. Anyhow how would all their coffee machines work?

Nice to know that guinea pigs have slept on my face, one of the perks of being a biscuit critic I suppose.

Mike Smith
Nicey replies: I'm sure its most of those reasons. Perhaps we should get the Royal Navy to sail round in giant electric kettles, that would be excellent. Brittania might once again rule the waves if it were in a 300m long stainless steel Russell Hobbs or Morphy Richards. Of course we would need very long kettle leads.

Maggie Jacobs
Nicey replies: Maggie,

Thanks for those words of encouragement.

There probably isn't an office in the UK that doesn't have an electric kettle. I like a nice Tefal or may be Morphy Richards. Woo, rate my kettle.